Dani Lee led a chaotic childhood growing up in an dysfunctional home, overcoming abuse, bullying and alcoholism . She ended up battling her own addictions and reached her bottom at 32 where she was introduced to Alcoholics Anonymous. She embraced the program and its principles with all her heart and turned her life around. Becoming passionate about helping herself and others in personal growth, she went back to school and she received her diploma in Community Social Service Work and began her work helping people overcome multiple-barriers. Having worked in the community at treatment centers and shelters she taught personal development and employment skills in small group settings. Dani Lee continued her skills training in group facilitation, conflict resolution, addictions and mental health.
Becoming a single mom, Dani Lee found she needed more stability and certainty in her life and began working within the government. She worked in welfare, corrections, reintegration, policy making, social programming, and community integration. In 2007, she went through what she calls her “nervous breakthrough”. She left the government and began her journey to her true calling.
Taking advantage of counselling, education, and self-discovery, Dani Lee went through her own physical, mental and emotional breakthroughs, curing herself from chronic back pain, coming back from a mental health diagnosis with all the pharmaceutical ramifications, and healing herself with natural methods, meditation and education. Dani Lee remained sober through everything, using the support and principles of the AA program. She continues her growth mindset hungry to learn about what she is passionate about in helping other through their own transitions; spirituality, fitness, nutrition, mind/body connection, shame/guilt, strategic intervention and human needs psychology.